, Kingston, NH


January 17, 2013

Phantom Gymnastics Results

AMHERST —The Level 4,5 and 6 Phantom Gymnastics JO Compulsory Teams competed in the Gymnastics Village Meet on January 5 in Amherst. The Gymnasts competed against teams from both New Hampshire and Massachusetts taking first place team awards for Levels 5 and 6, while Level 4 placed third.

For the Level 4, 8 year old division, local gymnast Haley Farrell of Atkinson landed nines with a 9.075 on vault and a 9.0 on floor. In the 9 year old division, Kayla Pech of Atkinson, scored an impressive 8.85 on floor.

The Level 5 Team took first place overall with a score of 111.025. In the 8 year old division, Lauren Hayes of Plaistow took second place overall and placed first on bars with a 9.125. Jocelyn Hooper of Atkinson took fourth place overall and landed second with a 9.225 on beam. In the 9 year old, A division- Zoe Demers of Hampstead took first place overall with a 36.325. Shannon Carroll of Kingston took first place on vault with a 8.975 and first place on bars with a 9.275. Hana Phaneuf of Hampstead, took third place overall and took second place on beam with a 9.275. In the 9 year old, B division, Brianna Paleno took first place overall with a 37.1. Brianna also took first place on floor with a score of 9.425. Lily Daniels of Hampstead, took fourth place overall and landed third on beam with a score of 9.4. Jordan Lavery of Atkinson took fourth on floor with a 9.025.

The Level 6 Team also took first place with an overall score of 111.05. Local gymnast Annika Pinyochon of Hampstead took fourth place overall and took third place on vault with a 9.2.

Phantom Gymnastics is a competitive gymnastics program located on Route 111 in Hampstead and draws gymnasts from across southern New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts.

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